8 Steps to Writing Passionate Love Letters

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Love letters are a great way to communicate, your love for the other person. It offers a personal yet very romantic way to engage a person in a conversation. Even the latest trend in communications, such as email and text messaging can't take the place of a passionate and warm love letter. However a love letter needs to be properly drafted and thought out in order to effectively communicate your feelings.

1. Try to think how the other person makes you feel. At times this is difficult to think about in words, but it is imperative that you do so. You need to imagine how you feel when you see or talk to the person you are in love with.

2. Now that you get that feeling it is now time for you to write little points, such as for instance if you feel your heart beat faster, note it down as point no.1. You feel out of breath, note that down as point no.2, so on and so forth. It's not imperative that you put down each and everything, because the point is to appear romantic not sick.

3. Now that you have put your feelings down, it time for you to start drafting out your love letters. When drafting your love letter you need to put down your feelings under the heading of 'how you make me feel' don't just put them down in a point wise fashion, it needs to be narrated in first person.

4. When writing your letters try to be creative, instead of putting a full stop, draw a small heart. I personally prefer a heart at the beginning of every paragraph.

5. Now you also need to consider what color ink you are going to use to write your love letter in. Please don't use red, as that is no longer considered romantic. Personally blue or white on a black color sheet works great.

6. With love letters you don't need to be concise. Write as much as you want, but don't be boring. If you don't have anything to say, stop!

7. The first paragraph of your love letter should convey how you feel for the person you love. The second paragraph should ask questions if he or she feels the same way you do. Don't get too melodramatic, because the point here is to not make him/her cry. The ending paragraph should be about how you two can live together and how good it will be.

8. The last step is to deliver him/her your love letter. The best and most romantic way to deliver your love letters is by you, face to face. Don't push the person you love to read it right away, just put it in their hands. If you just can't gather the courage to deliver the letter yourself, pass it on via a friend, this works best especially if you pass it on via a person you trust.

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This article was published on 2010/04/03